We can be so busy with our restricted autonomy that we miss a deeper issue - the reason why we have such heavy restrictions is because we don’t have the infrastructure for the demands of an outbreak
Some corporates, some philanthropists, and some governments, the United States in particular, have a vested interest in a global pandemic — and the stats of infection rates and deaths are useful to them.
It’s creeping up on me and my people with devastation in mind slowlyThis lockdown, shutdown, breakdown, keep your head down, that’s controlling meNow into the…
All forms from music and theatre to painting and sculpture offer us a mirror of ourselves and the world, escapism and understanding, and and expression of a range of emotions
News headlines point to the ‘facts’ that citizens feel in charge of the virus
Elon Musk has made me angry. You know, anger, the prerequisite emotion of a fascist. And fascism seems to be all the rage at the…
Is the coronavirus mortality rate, fallible as it is, even the number we should be focusing on right now?
As we move into coronavirus lockdown level four, a scene from A Clockwork Orange illustrates the eerie limbo we inhabit
Dear Mr President, Before launching into this letter’s raison d’être, I want you to know that I am truly fond of you. Truly. I want…
The relationship between gender-based violence and the home in South Africa means that lockdown leaves women particularly vulnerable, yet the government has been largely silent on this issue